This week, the parties in charge of the Superfund cleanup of the Butte Hill and urban creek corridors agreed on a final cleanup deal, marking a turning point in the Mining City’s decades long Superfund saga .
- Public Comment Opens On Colstrip Units 3, 4 Flush, Capture Proposal
- Flathead National Forest Supervisor Announces Retirement
- Montana Democratic Party Executive Director Steps Down
- FWP Relocates 3 Grizzlies That Were Seeking Human Food
- Judge Grants Injunction On Governor's Vape Ban
- Prescribed Burns Across Montana Target Fuel Buildup, Invasive Weeds
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The difference in temperature between the crust, mantle and core creates an effect where hot molten rock, called magma, slowly moves toward the surface in plumes, much like the wax of a lava lamp. This phenomenon, called convection, slowly moves the plates of the earth’s crust, grinding them against each other, causing volcanoes, earthquakes -- and mountains.
Facebook announced new efforts Monday to curb the spread of false information on its platform ahead of the 2020 presidential election. But, in an acknowledgement of the struggle the social network faces to stay ahead of groups intent on manipulating its users, Facebook said it had taken down another set of disinformation networks, this time tied to Iran and Russia. That adds to the more than 50 such networks the company said it has already removed in the past year. The social media giant is...